The Indianapolis Colts could have another linebacker prospect in camp Tuesday as former Army standout Josh McNary is expected to arrive for training camp today, per Tom James of the Terre Haute Tribune-Star.
McNary, at standout football star at West Point, has spent the past two years fulfilling his military obligations to the United States Army, but now wants to give his NFL dream a shot. He signed with the Colts back in April. At age 25, McNary has been out of football for two years, but chances are good that he is nonetheless in top-notch physical shape having served in the Army on active duty during that time.
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